haleHAMLET ESSAY...:)
“I his sole son, do this same villain send to heaven” Hamlets duplicity counteracts his indecisiveness with his melancholy; highlighting his inability to act.   Throughout the revenge tragedy Hamlet is confronted with 3 key motives to inspire him to revenge! The failure to respond to these motives out’s Hamlets paradigm as prominently indecisive; opposed to justified.   Shakespeare illustrates this increasing negative paradigm shift through the continuous struggle of Hamlets insanity and psychological state as he delves deeper into his own madness and resentment.   Hamlet is presented with pure motives, yet his melancholy establishes his compulsion to doubt, revealing his prevalent indecisiveness.   His relationship with his mother demonstrates how he is anguished over his obligations to his father but repressed by the loyalty to his mother.   Lastly, Hamlet’s internal turmoil reflects his indecision to act, his personal battle over the morality of the situation, and the desire to commit suicide. “To be or not to be” Dynamically it is his melancholy that promptly distinguishes his procrastination and ultimately leads to his downfall.
Hamlets doubt reveals his indecisiveness and inability to act. A prominent Elizabethan age ideal, Shakespeare employs” intellectual doubt” to reveal the over-analytical ,and obsessive thinker paradigm of Hamlet.   Shakespeare heightens this theme of doubt with the motif of” uncertainty” and watching, established in the opening of the play.   The watchmen cry “Nay, answer me, stand and unfold thyself” and the proposed supernatural element of the ghost constructs a mood of suspicion and uncertainty.   At the time of writing, a ghost was of the foreshadowing of bad events, or could even represent the devil.   The use of war imagery, “fair and war like form” and “this bodes some strange eruption to the state” alludes to a country on the brick of war, a mix of uncertainty of the events ahead.   When the ghost appears...